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Comfort zone: an interview with Jay Bray

Nationstar CEO says company is sitting pretty

HW cover March 2014
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Managing a tough environment is nothing new to Nationstar President and CEO Jay Bray. His portfolio sits around a quarter full with distressed loans. He’s used to complaints, he can handle them. Bray is easygoing through it all. All things considered, this is Bray’s comfort zone.
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